World Press Photo
World Press Photo aims to support professional press photography on a wide international scale. Promotional activities include an annual contest, exhibitions, the stimulation of photojournalism through educational programs, and creating greater visibility for press photography through a variety of publications.

Imaging Famine
Imaging Famine is a website that contains research on the issue of visual representations of hunger and the developing world.

Inconvenient Evidence
Few photographs in recent years have had the explosive impact of the images of detainees being abused by U.S. troops at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. A selection of these pictures that shocked the world were on view at the International Center of Photography in 2004. Accompanied by an exhibition brochure with text by Brian Wallis and Seymour Hersh.

International Center for Photography

Photographing War
Photographs of various conflicts over the years from the collections of the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, UK.

National Museum of Photography, UK

Whitney Museum of American Art

PixelPress is an an online magazine that seeks a new paradigm of journalism, one that encourages an active dialogue between the author and reader and, also, the subject. It encourages documentary photographers, writers, filmmakers, artists, human rights workers and students to explore the world in ways that take advantage of the new possibilities provided by digital media.

Panos Pictures
An independent photo agency representing photojournalists who document issues and geographical areas which are under-reported, misrepresented or ignored. In a media climate dominated by celebrity and lifestyle, Panos aims to provide fresh perspectives on the world.

The New Internationalist
A communications co-operative that reports on issues of world poverty and inequality; focuses attention on the unjust relationship between the powerful and the powerless in both rich and poor nations; and debates and campaigns for the radical changes necessary if the basic material and spiritual needs of all are to be met. ‘Southern Exposure’ pages highlight photographers from the Majority World.

The New Yorker

Amnesty International, USA


The Center for the Humanities at the Graduate Center, CUNY
The Center for the Humanities sponsors interdisciplinary programs in the humanities, social sciences, and the arts, including faculty seminars, public lectures, conferences, readings, and discussion groups. In addition to CUNY students and faculty, participants include distinguished scholars, journalists, creative artists, civic leaders, and public officials.

University of Leeds

Tisch School of the Arts

DJ Clark

Alfredo Jaar

Susan Meiselas

Lorie Novak